It's the damnedest thing--volunteers on TV are saying they need clothes, everyone on the ground is saying they need clothes, but no charity I knew of was taking clothes!
I'd love to read what Kimmy or St. Tropez Butler suggest. I'd also like to read anyone else's ideas. However, I found a place through the United Jewish Federation's website. ("A Pagan and an agnostic go up to a rabbi and ask, 'How can we donate clothes...?'")
Anyway, this is what they said:
There is a warehouse accepting goods in New Iberia, Louisiana, which is about 135 miles from New Orleans. Phone first. 1-405-612-4602. It is located at 1102 E. Admiral Doyle Drive, New Iberia, LA 70560-6311. If you plan to drive a truck down, you must check with the Louisiana State Police to have pre-certification to enter the state.
I'm sure the donations will be wanted; it's just that I think there's a shortage of people able to sort them out at most organizations. (This is one reason why I wrote sizes on the bags in Sharpie--that was a problem in Florida last year, too. It REALLY helps to do that; I know that much.)
Pack 'em up, sort 'em out...they *will* be wanted.